The optics bracket is the most difficult part to FDM print. The toed-in optics and long thin beams require a tuned printer and large print bed (200x250mm). To reduce the chance for print failure, support material is manually removed where it is thin and tall (see image below). Furthermore, to alleviate the finishing work, the print is separated into 2 print profiles: fast and high-res. The high-res profile's goal is to reduce stepping on the near-horizontal crossbeam. Afterwards, a file and 220-grit sandpaper very quickly make the surface passable without the need for filler. Although printing the entire bracket with one profile also produces good brackets, this hybrid solution saved time and produced better results without much effort. Makes sense if a file and sand paper is already available.